This answer was upvoted, accepted, bountied... and upon arriving at the destination, turned out to be factually incorrect.

I have undone the acceptance and added my own answer. However, I cannot undo my upvote and I think it also doesn't deserve the bounty.

What should be done in this situation?

Update: The answer in question has since been deleted and is therefore only visible to people with access to moderator tools.

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Which answer are you talking about? I can only see one from you ... –  user3470 Jan 10 '13 at 17:53
    
@MarcelC. The answer has since been deleted. I've adapted the question to reflect this. –  gerrit Jan 10 '13 at 20:26
    
Okay. Thank you. –  user3470 Jan 10 '13 at 21:18

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Well bounties can't be undone, so that one will sadly be a lost cause. (Unless there's a way I'm unaware of).

(cough dirty weasel-hack) If you edit the answer, make a cosmetic change and hit save, you'll then (for a short while) be able to change your upvote to either remove it or downvote instead.

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You don't event have to make any change in the edit. –  RoflcoptrException Jan 9 '13 at 9:07

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